Good Food Can Happen Anywhere
Kitchen Kulture is made up of Michael Miller and Christine Meyer; friends and restaurant co workers. KK started as a T-shirt idea: a line of kitchen themed shirts for cooks to wear under their chef coats at work. The shirts were designed to be breathable enough for work but with enough interest to wear to the bar post shift. We wanted KK shirts to be your favorite comfy shirt.
We acquired a booth at the local farmer's market to sell the shirts, and thinking the shirts would have better mass appeal if we brought the kitchen verbiage to life, we started selling food with the shirts. The food sales quickly overtook the shirts, to the point we eventually left the shirts at home because they were getting damaged by the food samples and bleached cutting boards!
We operate at the Tower Grove Farmer's Market May through November, offering a new menu every week of locally sourced, prepared food. During the market off season we do pop-ups and themed dinners. We believe great food can happen anywhere. We believe in taking the small details and passion that accompany kitchen life and combining it with fun, unusual settings and a sense of surprise about the menu...and yes, all done in KK shirts!
Feast Magazine's June feature tells our story best.
For questions or to place an order, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (314) 277-3881.
FEAST Magazine visits a Kitchen Kulture pop-up brunch at Sump Coffee...